- Title Pages
- 1 The origins of a controversy
- 2 Can sensation be measured?
- 3 Fechner's Law—the normal model
- 4 A reinterpretation of sensory discrimination—the χ<sup>2</sup> model
- 5 Stevens' Power Law
- 6 The physiological basis of sensation
- 7 Scaling sensation
- 8 Matching just-noticeable differences
- 9 Judging relations between sensations
- 10 The psychophysical primitive
- 11 Why Stevens' Law is a power law
- 12 The stimulus range
- 13 How, then, can sensation be measured?
- Appendix A—Notes on the experiments summarized in Tables 8.2 and 8.3
- Author Index
- Subject Index
- The Measurement of Sensation
- Oxford University Press
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